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Filming of Corinne Morris's career relaunch album 'Macedonian Sessions'. Corinne Morris, solo cello, Macedonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Philip Hesketh conducting.
Recorded and filmed in July 2013.
Although first written for cello and piano by Camille Saint-Saëns, the Allegro appassionato op 43 was orchestrated by the composer in 1876. Both melodious and rhythmically challenging, this work is, in spite of its brevity, one of the composer's most popular works. Fast and passionate, it is nevertheless written in a sad mode, in true romantic tradition.
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Filming of Corinne Morris's career relaunch album 'Macedonian Sessions'. Corinne Morris, solo cello, Macedonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Philip Hesketh conducting.
Recorded and filmed in July 2013.
The Méditation de Thaïs is an interlude for violin and orchestra from the opera Thaïs by Jules Massenet, premiered in Paris in 1894. The monk Athanaël tries to convince the beautiful courtesan Thaïs to abandon her life of pleasure and seek salvation in God. As Thaïs reflects, the Meditation is played. The beautiful melody unfolds at a slow tempo marked Andante Religioso. Little by little, the piece develops, and the marking Poco a Poco Appassionato brings it to its climax before the return of the melody.
The Meditation has been transcribed for other solo instruments, including the cello.
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Filming of Corinne Morris's career relaunch album 'Macedonian Sessions'. Corinne Morris, solo cello, Macedonian Radio Symphony Orchestra, Philip Hesketh conducting.
Recorded and filmed in July 2013.
Composed in 1984 for bandoneon, Astor Piazzola's Oblivion has since been performed by a variety of melodic instruments and ensembles. This great versatility can be explained by the fact that the Argentine tango is largely improvised; this enables the musician to give a very personal interpretation by bending the rhythm and adding colours not indicated on the score. Performed by classical and jazz superstars alike, Oblivion is Piazzola's most often recorded piece, after Adios Nonino.